Olivia Rodrigo Talks About Singers Being 'Jealous' of her

"All eyes on the fishbowl. There was a lot of bullying and a lot of jealousy and a lot of people whom I’d adored my whole life being mean girls."
 
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Olivia Rodrigo feels that the singers she once admired and looked up to have become bullies towards her since the release of her debut album "Sour."

This year, Olivia's singles "Good 4 U" and "Drivers License" have topped the charts and her album "Sour" is a smash hit.

But even though she's succeeded in so many things, the singer hasn't always been treated very well even by some of her favorite artists.

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During the Rolling Stone artist-on-artist interview, Olivia asked Alanis Morisette about releasing her album and handling the pressure.

"Did you have any hard times dealing with criticism or the spotlight?" she asked.




To which Alanis replied, "All eyes on the fishbowl. There was a lot of bullying and a lot of jealousy and a lot of people whom I’d adored my whole life being mean girls."

Olivia then told Alanis, "Same!" Thus, to be precise, the star has also dealt with the meanness of her idols in the form of "bullying," "jealousy," and "mean girl" behavior.

Olivia's fans know she has been accused of copying other singers' work. Meanwhile, there is no clear indication of who Olivia is referring to.






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